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Jan 10, 2013 9:00pm PST
of dennis arthur king. for never did anyone touch the lives of so... >> "where death means nothing, life is meaningless. just as we declare the living alive through baptisms and loversn love by nuptials, funerals are the way we close the gap between the death that happens and the death that matters. it's how we assign meaning to our remarkable histories. and the rituals we devise to conduct the living and beloved and the dead from one status to another have less to do with performance than with meaning." >> we encourage people to take as much time as they need with their dead. to see them, wake them, carry them to their final resting place-- whether it be cremating the body or burying it, to see it sort of in its final phase. >> we'll just guide the casket right onto the... i view cremation as an alternative to burial or entombment, as opposed to an alternative to a funeral. but many peo pple n't know that they can go and that they can bear witness to that placement of their loved one into that retort, into that crematory. ( machine whirring ) push it in all the way fellas. you're welcom
Jan 7, 2013 11:00pm PST
national security advisor, joe biden, dennis mcdonough out of the white house to a large extent, larger than most presidents have since back to nixon. and i think both chuck hagel and brennan will be part of a team but very much in the mold of taking orders on the big decisions from the white house. with senator hague until he's confirmed really focuses, as david said, on managing the building, trying to find a way to rorm the mission, post-9/11 world and a world with more orientation towards asia. but clearly with a premium put on defense cuts and if the sequester isn't worked out, maybe defense cuts right away. >> rose: hagel was a businessman before he became a politician. does she management skills? >> that's an open question. people are just now deviling into the business career. it's certainly there's -- look, there's almost no management challenge in the country like managing that building. there's complexities involved. frequently people use the metaphor of how difficult it is to turn an aircraft carrier. there's a lot of aircraft carriers you have to turn associated with that b
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